ya'll are funny...
My son will be 12 this Sept. I am going to hold off on the written narrations until after we finish Meanigful Composition 4+ and 4. This is what I have in store for him independently:
H//W-continue cursive w/Presidential Penmanship and print copywork one day a week
Foreign Language- Hebrew Shalom Ivrit Vol. 2 and Latin for Children A
Spelling-Megawords 1 and continuing SW Bk. 1
Writing-Meaningful Composition 4+ and 4 (first two semesters); written narrations after that
Grammar- Simply Grammar (just one day a week after the first 8 weeks of MC)
Figuritively Speaking (1 semester)
Math- MUS Epsilon and part of or all of Zeta
Science- Exploring Creation w/Human Anatomy and Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics
Nature study-living books
Logic - The Art of Argument; Orbiting w/Logic for when we're mobile. like doctor's appts.; Building Thinking Skills CD-ROM Vol.2
Literature- Tom Sawyer and two others
Free Reading-15-20 additional books covering literature, historical fiction, bios and Jewish History and bios
History-independent readings based on our two time periods-1) Ancient Egypt and Greece; 2) Explorers to at least 1700.
Plutarch-Begin Our Young Folks Plutarch by Rosalie Kaufman, using the study guide from AO
Personal Development- 1) A Kid's Mensch Handbook 2) Created for Work 3) Shalom Secrets
Jewish Studies - 1) Arzteinu: An Israeli Encounter or A Young Person's History of ISrael; 2) Pass the Torah, Please; 3) A Bridge to Our Tradition: Pirkei Avot
Poetry-just read aloud once a week w/a quick oral narration for only one and just for enjoyment of the others.
audiobooks in his room or listen to in the car/doctor appts.
I think that's all; some of these I haven't looked at to see how many chpaters are in them, so schedule is subject to change.